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Shanghai Disneyland reopens after monthlong shutdown

COVID caseloads in city far lower than elsewhere in China

Shanghai Disneyland reopens to visitors after shutting down Oct. 31 when a visitor tested positive for the coronavirus. (Photo by Tomoko Wakasugi)

SHANGHAI -- Shanghai Disneyland reopened to visitors on Friday after a nearly monthlong closure, as the city logs fewer COVID-19 cases than other major cities in China.

Shanghai Disneyland is limiting the number of visitors, and those admitted must show proof of a negative coronavirus test taken in the previous 48 hours. Some attractions and stores may remain idle, the theme park said.

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